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Parkway on Aug. 30 in Philadelphia. Image: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Anheuser-Busch 2014-08-31 13:58:19 UTC PHILADELPHIA Forty-five minutes before Kanye West opened his Made In America headlining set with "Black Skinhead," electro house musician Steve Aoki amped up festival-goers with a fitting remix of The Chainsmokers' " Kanye " song, which features the lyric, "I want to be like Kanye, I'll be the king of me always." But to be like Kanye, one would need to always be ready to deliver a thought-provoking monologue at any given moment, just like the 37-year-old rapper did Saturday night. See also: Kanye West Fears Paparazzi Drones Might 'Electrocute' His Daughter Midway through "Runaway," an autotuned Kanye gave a rousing 5-minute speech that touched many subjects: what he perceived as hateful criticism from media, the vision he has of everyone loving each other, as well as his public relationship with wife Kim Kardashian. Kanye also dropped some memorable lines between songs that spanned his entire collection of six studio albums, ranging from 2004's College Dropout to last year's Yeezus, as http://catherinelw.fotopages.com/?entry=10836331
festival creator and curator Jay Z watched from his perch at the Washington Monument near the stage. Here are five Kanye quotes from Saturday that are worth repeating: 1. On his marriage to Kim Kardashian "For me to be in a very publicized interracial relationship is not a joke," he said. "It's something that should be treated with respect because we're all in this together." Kayne West and Kim Kardashian walk with their daughter, North, on Nov.